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How To Design a Great Website

These simple tips will help you build a small business website that can attract and convert customers. You don’t have to be a web design expert to understand that effective sites don’t just happen. Simply building one won’t create marketing magic and draw in customers. The good news is that knocking out a home run […]

Have A Great Weekend

Fivenson Studios is based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, our graphic design team specializes in logo and web page design, as well as marketing campaigns for social and print media. From flyers and brochures to targeted landing pages, we aim to bring your company into the spotlight and reach a greater range of potential customers. Fivenson […]

Storytelling Strategy

It was a slow Thursday evening at the sportswear store. There were more sales assistants than customers silently wandering through the displays across polished black tiles. Alan decided to approach a customer who had just picked up a premium shoe, turning it over to check out the price. ‘Can I help you?’ he said. ‘No, […]

Clef Is Shutting Down

This morning, two-factor authentication plugin Clef, also known as GetClef, announced that they are shutting down. They currently have more than 1 million active WordPress websites using their two-factor authentication plugin. “Starting next week, we will be winding down our business and sunsetting the Clef product. Our team will be joining another company, which we’ll have […]

Invest in the Right Technology

Small business owners can get into trouble by chasing every new technology that comes along. On the one hand, no one would argue that technology is essential when it comes to running and growing a business. But on the other hand, if you fail to take a restrained and analytical approach when acquiring technology solutions, you could […]

Never bend your head

Quote of the day “Never bend your head. Always hold it high. Look the world straight in the eye.” Helen Keller What does that mean? This is an interesting quote, mostly due to the differences in cultures. In the US, looking someone in the eye is a sign of confidence. To not do so, is […]